The director of technical services at the National Information and Technology Authority, Vivian Ddambya advises the online traders to mind what the market thinks about them, because then, they will have a good image.
Closed Circuit Television –CCTV security cameras have helped joint security forces to arrest 40 people suspected to have attacked police officers during City protests against the arrest of presidential candidate, Robert Ssentamu Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine.
Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga says that the biggest number of the suspects were picked from Kampala Metropolitan area that covers the areas of Kampala City, Wakiso and Mukono districts. In greater Kampala alone, police and military arrested 321 suspects on Wednesday and Thursday.
The pathologist says most of the bodies had injuries arising from bullets, stampede and traumatic accidents although he adds they still analyzing to come up with a comprehensive report for what could have been the cause of death for each.
Benson Kule Baritazale, the head of the inspection of Institutions of Learning during Covid-19 pandemic, says after candidates and finalists resumed classes, there is a need for a review of the guidelines.
The study is happening at sites in Kalangala, Masaka, Mityana, Mubende, Kapeeka, Lwamata and Hoima but Kintu says unlike previously where researchers were inviting negative participants at risk of infection to participate, this time they will be randomly studying sexually active women from the community who have not done a test in the last six months and don’t know their status.
The Uganda Hippos team have had a residential camp of almost a month at FUFA technical center Njeru and yesterday they had their last training session at MTN Omondi stadium Lugogo in the outskirts of Kampala.
Kabuleta notes that by suspending their campaigns over the various injustices and unleveled ground they are serving the interests of the incumbent, Kabuleta says that or Museveni the end justifies the means.
According to records, the facility has lost at least 41 out of the 77 patients admitted with breathing difficulties. Dr Jane Nakibuuka, a senior consultant physician and head of the ICU at Mulago Hospital says that the numbers started surging at the end of August when admissions went up.
These include places where one can easily get infected; they are not lined and less water from the toilet can freely enter the earth around and do not have a smooth floor that permits easy cleaning. With an approximate resident population of 2 million people, about 1.38 million people in Kampala fall under this category.
Uganda Radio Network has taken a tour around the city, covering shops, arcades and malls both in the Central Business District and in the suburbs many of which remained closed, and now brings you the pictures.
Figures released by the Uganda Red Cross Society today put the number of people injured to an estimated 50 from Kampala and surrounding areas while hospitals are reporting an additional 50 that were brought in by other ambulances and by private means.